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Drawn from Auckland Museum's own collections, this gallery illustrates the depth and variety of ancient civilisation and cultures throughout the world.
Welcome to the Weird & Wonderful Discovery Centre, our hands-on children's gallery for discovering the wonders of the natural world!
WEIRD & WONDERFUL
Located just around the corner from Weird & Wonderful, The Imaginarium's three new gallery spaces are home to elephants and earwigs, trees and teapots, alligators and ants.
Origins tells the story of our geological origins - how New Zealand split from Gondwana - and the origins of our unique animal and plant life.
Volcanoes takes look at our turbulent geological home and is an up close and personal examination of the scientific and human stories of volcanoes.
Part of the Museum's Decorative Arts collection, The Mackelvie Collection includes diverse items bequeathed to Auckland during the late 19th Century.
The Mackelvie Collection
Te Ao Tūroa or the Māori Natural History gallery, has been developed to provide visitors with an opportunity to learn about mātauranga Māori and its relationship with the natural world.
Te Ao Tūroa
The Arts of Asia gallery features an outstanding selection of objects representing the diverse cultures of Asia.
Arts of Asia